• JU VC should resign
  • The lady and the generals meet half-way
  • Matlub Ali’s retrospective ends today
  • Nearly 700 Syrians flee to Turkey in one day
  • Hilsa marked up double before Pahela Baishakh
  • BCB orders to resume league on April 10
  • BIWTC ferry fares to rise on April 10
  • Destiny destined to face action
  • Govt accused of only effecting price increases
  • Antibiotic policy imminent
  • China’s economy
  • PPP formed alliance with PML-N to end Musharraf’s rule: Zardari
  • Raktokarobi, Leelaboti Akhyan staged
  • Exporters demand more cash incentive
  • Swann fires England to win
  • Alternatives to bipartisan politics stressed to make Dhaka liveable
  • Govt fails to comply with HC rules
  • 3 more diarrhoea centres in Dhaka
  • Pascal and his Ph.D: the case of de-historicising DU
  • Ministry to seek PM’s nod for consultant appointment
  • AL activists foils rally in Munshiganj
  • People’s Dhaka Movement convener M Inamul Haque addresses a roundtable on the Dhaka city’s future at the Dhaka Reporter’s Unity on Saturday. — New Age photo

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BIWTC ferry fares to rise on April 10

The Bangladesh Inland Water Transport Corporation has decided to increase ferry fares by 25 to 35 per cent from April 10 while business people and traders say the fare increase will eventually... Full story

Alternatives to bipartisan politics stressed to make Dhaka liveable

People’s Dhaka Movement convener M Inamul Haque addresses a roundtable on the Dhaka city’s future at the Dhaka Reporter’s Unity on Saturday. — New Age photo
Peoples should come out of bipartisan political controls and make an alternative choice in the forth coming elections for the two city corporations of the capital to make it liveable in, observed... Full story

Sylhet people take to streets for power

People in the Sylhet city took to the streets on Friday night, demanding resume of power supply as several areas of the city faced power outage for about 24 hours. Full story

CWASA Week starts today

The Chittagong Water Supply and Sewerage Authority have finalised a set of programmes to launch CWASA Week 2012 today. The programmes include exchange of views with... Full story

Barisal traders set for Halkhata

Traders in the city of Barisal have almost finished preparations for Halkhata, a festival when traders open new books of account for their customers who buy goods on credit. Full story

Power cuts, mosquito menace RU

Frequent power cuts and mosquitoes are menacing the Rajshahi University, the university teachers and students say. Research works at laboratory have almost stopped due to power crisis. Full story

Rise in temperature likely

Rain or thundershowers accompanied by temporary gusty or squally wind is likely at one or two places over the Rajshahi, Rangpur, Dhaka, Khulna, Barisal, Chittagong and Sylhet divisions until 6:00pm today. Full story


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